Every now and then you need to take a step back and give yourself a pat on the back.
I’m the process of sprucing up my website with a range of things (actually ideas) I’ve been hiding on the back shelf until now.
But I can’t do this one on my own – I need your help by giving me your thoughts on this quick survey.
I’m creating a monthly newsletter for subscribers (this is in addition to the blog subscription you might already be on). But it’s a bit hard to entice people to click that funky new subscribe button without giving away something for free. So, here’s the question.
… but the obsession with oneself did
In a recent ad campaign, National Geographic decided ‘if you can’t beat them join them’. Titled ‘there are lots of terrible animal pictures out there’, National Geographic showed a series of animal selfies. The intent behind the campaign was to get people to look at the good shots that National Geographic take.
My favourite is the gorilla. What’s yours?
I sometimes find myself in snacking discussions with my children; holding the offending but circumstantial evidence (chocolate wrapper) in my hand. But I’m not perfect myself. I used to enjoy sneaking in a biscuit or two before dinner.
What’s your snacking weakness?
I wonder what Andy Warhol’s take on the selfie would be if he were alive today
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s…
And at present this is the last Andy cartoon (for now), so here’s an extra special surprise fact about the man I bet you didn’t know.
From the 1950s through to the 70s Andy created mini time capsule boxes which he kept by his desk and filled with bits and bobs which took his fancy. He managed to assemble over 600 boxes! When full, he would tape it closed, number it and put it in storage. Check out the website Time capsule 21 which has electronically assembled the contents of one of these boxes.